Friday, June 28, 2013


* Voyager surfs Solar System's edge Ed Stone cannot say when the Voyager-1 spacecraft will leave the Solar System, but he believes the moment is close.

* 'Not Everything Has a Solution' Trying to force a solution to Israel's conflict with the Palestinian Authority and Hamas would be dangerous, Minister of Economics Naftali Bennett warned.

* Obama Requests 15,000 Russian Troops For "Upcoming" Disaster An unsettling report prepared by the Emergencies Ministry (EMERCOM) circulating in the Kremlin today on the just completed talks between Russia and the United States in Washington D.C. says that the Obama regime has requested at least 15,000 Russian troops.

* Kerry pushing series of Abbas, Netanyahu meetings as formula for restarting negotiations US Secretary of State John Kerry's formula for renewing negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians consists of a marathon series of meetings.

* Iran signals no scaling back in nuclear activity despite Rouhani win Iran will press ahead with its uranium enrichment program.

* Egypt clerics warn of 'civil war' as rivals clash Egypt's leading religious authority warned of "civil war" on Friday.

* EU summit marks big day for Western Balkans Leaders on Friday (28 June) endorsed the launch of Serbia accession talks and welcomed Croatia's impending EU entry.

* All personnel withdrawn from Russian navy base in Syria Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister says all personnel had been evacuated from the navy resupply base in Tartus, Syria.

* Palestinian textbooks erase Israel, give no hope for peace A hearing at the Knesset this week revealed once again that Palestinian school textbooks deny the legitimacy of Israel.

* Russia debates letting Snowden in from the cold Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, who Russian officials say is spending his sixth day hiding somewhere in Moscow's cavernous Sheremetyevo airport, has still not been heard from or even spotted.

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